Understanding What You Already KnowPosted: November 24, 2010 at 11:30 AM by Real Estate Information
Reality TV has “The Worst Handy Man” and I suspect that other “Worst of” TV programs might be possible too! Experience shows that “DIY” (Do it Yourself) disasters happen because people underestimate the work done by others.
I have been studying Real Estate for a few years now and in addition to my training for legal contracts, building concepts, marketing methods, Government requirements and negotiating principals there are some important aspects of applied common sense gained from experience.
One primary challenge that presented itself to me, immediately after spending two (2) years in school to learn the basics of the Real Estate industry was that there are a lot of people who decide they can do it themselves because they think it is easy to do.
Other seemingly standard every day tasks, like driving a car and picking suitable clothing have also spawned “Reality TV” programs showing what NOT to do.
What about Real Estate? How difficult can it be?
No one individual listing is particularly challenging when considered on it’s own but putting everything together creates quite a challenge.
For me, time and time again, I rediscover that I need experience to really understand what I have learned. Gaining experience unveils the essence of knowledge, that is when you understand what you have learned.
I am very passionate about the Real Estate business because I know that I can help my friends and the people they care about meet their goals. Of the large number of possible requirements to sell your house many or most things will have some element of new knowledge or new experience. What will it cost you to sell your house on your own? Is the cost of possible errors or omissions and the value of your time and the frustration and anxiety worth more than the real estate commission?
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